State Fair Holding Listening Sessions
Written by andrew-rossi on September 21, 2017
The Wyoming State Fair is open to suggestions.
That’s why members of the Wyoming State Fair and representatives from both the Wyoming Board of Agriculture and the Wyoming State Fair Advisory Board invites citizens throughout the state to listening sessions designed to gather input about the annual event.
The meeting in Basin will be on Tuesday, September 26 at 7:00 pm in the Big Horn County Fairgrounds Office. According to officials with the organization, the goal of this session is to better understand the citizens’ priorities, considering the budget challenges the State Fair currently faces.
This meeting is a part of a series of listening sessions scheduled across the state designed to hear the thoughts, concerns, and ideas from interested citizens regarding the future of the Wyoming State Fair. There will also be a questionnaire that attendees will be asked to fill out to share their input.
James Goodrich, Director of the Wyoming State Fair, says they want to come away from these sessions with a better understanding of what citizens, and especially attendees and participants of the Wyoming State Fair, find important so they can continue to provide the best service to fairgoers.